India has promised the world that our country will produce a vaccine against Covid-19 and that it will produce this vaccine at a low cost and will share this vaccine with the whole world equally.Vaccines are produced through a very long process of research and experimentation at vaccine institutes.
There are two pre-requisites for vaccine institutes:
a) The institute must be located in a place with an equable climate for all year round testing. That is why the British located vaccine institutes in places like Bareilly, Kasauli and Belagavi.
b) The vaccine institute must be located in a vast green, self-contained space far away from human inhabitation, so that even if an accidental escape of a virus or a microbe or a bacterium takes place, it will not infect human beings.
In 1905, the Chief Health and Sanitation Inspector for Belagavi, Mr. T.W.H. Hutchinson, cordoned off over 200 acres of land, in which he developed one of India’s finest vaccine institutes.